Thunderbird filters not working

Thunderbird filters not working

Thunderbird search not working

I used to use the Fast Filter to look for messages with specific IDs or addresses, but it hasn’t worked since yesterday. When I type in the ID I’m searching for, it says “No results,” even though there are messages in that inbox that contain the search term.
After that, you can see the folder re-downloaded in Activity Manager (tools menu | Activity Manager), and all of the messages will be reindexed. After that, your Fast Filter should represent items correctly.
When the mailbox hits 25,000 messages, the filter (as previously described) stops working. It started working again after I deleted some of the messages, but it stopped working once I received new messages that increased the inbox message count “above the cap.”
I had a similar issue with Thunderbird 52.9.1 and IMAP files that were fully synced locally. A message kept popping up in Fast Search that didn’t contain the searched keyword, not even in attachments or the email’s source.

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The internal folder URL is [email protected] instead of [email protected], so filters are not portable between Linux and Windows. On each OS, a different userName is used when creating an account, and the actual UserID is stored in realuserName.)
Messages that haven’t been moved to files (Intermittent, v 31 and later). Is it possible? Since copy fais and OnCopyCompleted are never called to clear a copy request, the folder assumes a copy is in progress and refuses to do any more copies.
Since writing to the folder failed, the message could not be filtered to it (If “outdated msf condition” exists in “filter move target”, and if the filter is “before Classification”, filter move shows error message after fix of bug 782738, and skips “Move”)

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On September 10, 2020, the Thunderbird e-mail client’s developers launched version 78.2.2 of the e-mail client. This is a maintenance update for the e-mail client’s main version 78, which includes several bug fixes.
In this article, German blog reader Gerold points out that the software has been updated (thanks for that). Thunderbird version 78.2.2 is only available as a direct download from thunderbird.net and not as an update from Thunderbird version 68 or earlier, according to the release notes. Updates from previous versions will be included in a future update. Users that are running version 78.0 or higher can receive automatic updates.
However, take note of the minimal add-on support: Thunderbird only supports MailExtensions as of version 78.0. It’s likely that the add-ons that different users want haven’t been modified due to compatibility issues.

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For me, filters work almost flawlessly (there is a bug when trying to match an exact string). Why don’t you just mention the particular issues you’re having, and other users will help you on how to fix them? Alternatively, you should look for Thunderbird tutorials and support on the Internet. There are already a multitude of straightforward explanations available on the Internet, and Email Filters are likely to follow suit. True, Thunderbird does not appear to have a successful Support log. Sorry for the inconvenience.
For me, filters work almost flawlessly (there is a bug when trying to match an exact string). Why don’t you just mention the particular issues you’re having, and other users will help you on how to fix them? Alternatively, you should look for Thunderbird tutorials and resources on the Internet. There are already a multitude of straightforward explanations available on the Internet, and Email Filters are likely to follow suit. True, Thunderbird does not appear to have a successful Help log. Sorry for the inconvenience.
No, not at all. “Match All” indicates that the results contain matches to all of the terms you specify, even though the match is only to one of them. “Match ALL” shows that the results provide matches to all of the words you entered. If you choose Match ALL, you will get less (but more specific) matches.

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